Tuesday, December 12, 2006

More Todd Herriot Pimpin'

From the nwcycling dlist:

Tyler Farrar, Tales from the ProTour

New Time!! 3:00pm Join us on Saturday, Dec 16th, at 3:00pm (NEW TIME) for a discussion with Washington resident and Cofidis ProTour cyclist, Tyler Farrar. Tyler will be discussing his first year of full-time European competition in the upper tier of cycling. Tyler is highly acclaimed as a top prospect for the future of American cycling. Come join us for a rare chance to listen to his insight into the ProTour.William Pettis and Peter Schmitt will also discuss their practice at the Institute of New Medicine, where they integrate a holistic approach using both Eastern and Western treatments to optimize athletic potential through health and recovery. They have had recent success with US National champion George Hincapie and Olympian Ryder Hesjedal.The cost is $20 per person with all proceeds donated to the Diabetes and Wellness Foundation on behalf of Lake Washington Velo. The discussion will last approximately one hour, with a question and answer forum to follow. Snacks and beverages will be provided by pastry chef, Dana Cree.To register:http://www.bikereg.com/events/register.asp?eventid=4041Space is limited, so don't delay.

Grand Opening of Herriott Sports Performance!

Herriott Sports Performance is Seattle's new state-of-the-art cycling performance center. Encompassing all your training needs under one roof, Herriot Sports Performance offers cycling coaching, strength and conditioning, physical therapy, bike fitting, scientific physiology testing (lactate testing, VO2, anaerobic and aerobic Thresholds), wingate max power testing, and much more! Please call or email with any questions about our services.Conveniently located between pioneer square and Seattle's waterfront, Herriott Sports Performance is housed within the Institute of New Medicine, in the Maritime building at 911 Western Ave. Integrating the strengths of both Eastern and Western medical philosophy, The Institute of New Medicine strives to advanced natural medicine. Utilizing advanced cutting edge diagnostics, complementary therapies, proven protocols and sophisticated healing skills, iNewMed is pioneering the field of modern healthcare. The staff at iNewMed is committed to providing superior, personalized patient care and management.

About the staff at Herriott Sports Performance

Todd Herriott recently retired from Professional road cycling where he spent the past 5 years competing on the Colavita and Health Net teams. Todd is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). Prior to moving to Seatttle, Todd previously had a private strength and conditioning studio in New York City. Todd has long been an advocate of core training, innovative strength and conditioning training, and power-based cycling training.Russell Cree has over 12 years experience as a competitive cyclist, in road cycling, mt biking, cyclocross, and track cycling. He holds a degree in Exercise Science and Chemistry from Northern Arizona University, a Masters Degree in Physical Therapy from University of Wisconsin, and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Temple University. Russell is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). His focus is rehabilitation and injury prevention of endurance athletes, biomechanics, scientific exercise physiology testing, core stability training, bike fitting/cyclist positioning, neuromuscular training of pedaling, and coaching all levels of cyclists.


Russell@herriottsportsperformance.com • Herriott Sports Performance

Andrew suggests the time change may be to avoid embarrasing conflicts with the famous Axley Party / Rager.


At Tuesday, December 12, 2006 4:17:00 PM, Anonymous andrew said...

It's the converse of the Pauli Exclusion Principle. One can't be in two places at the same time - and since the invite list to the VERY exclusive Axley Party is likely the same list of folk that would want to go see Tyler...well, it just makes sense to shift the time.

At Tuesday, December 12, 2006 9:33:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

We didn't want Tyler to be late to Pru-Fog's party, so we had to make the change.

When do I get a cool sweater?


At Tuesday, December 12, 2006 9:55:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

when you get to my party.

PDog, who can't leave comments under his id cause beta blogger login sucks.


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